Hong Kong Authorities Tighten Quarantine Measures Due To Coronavirus
The Hong Kong administration is introducing new restrictions for a week from July 29 due to two new deaths from a coronavirus infection, the South China Morning Post reports. The daily increase in new cases in the region on the morning of July 27 was a record of 145 cases.
In particular, the mask mode will now be mandatory in all public places, and not only in transport, as until now, and restaurants and cafes will be allowed to work only on takeaway. Starting Wednesday, you can't get together more than two at a time, and until now, you can get together as four.
More than 100 new cases of COVID-19 were recorded in the region for six days in a row. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 2,778 people have been infected with the coronavirus, and 18 have died.